1st Edition

Advances in Management Research Innovation and Technology

    304 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    304 Pages 28 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book covers advancements across business domains in knowledge and information management. It presents research trends in the fields of management, innovation, and technology, and is composed of research papers that show applications of IT, analytics, and business operations in industry and in educational institutions.

    It offers a combination of scientific research methods and concepts, with contributions from globally renowned authors; presents various management domains from a number of countries for a global perspective; and provides a unique combination of topics and methods while giving insights on the management domain using a holistic approach.

    The book provides scholars with a platform to derive maximum utility in the area of management, research, and technology by subscribing to the idea of managing business through performance and management technology.

    Editor Biographies

    Chapter 1 Impact of Credit Access on Economic Empowerment of Married Women in Ethiopia
    Manoj Kumar Mishra

    Chapter 2 Relationship between Work–Life Balance and Job Satisfaction of Reception and Concierge Employees in Five-Star Hotels in Colombo
    A. Chamaru De Alwis and Shavindri Lankeshni Samarasekera

    Chapter 3 The Evolution of Digital Platforms
    Aneesh Zutshi, Tahereh Nodehi, Antonio Grilo, and Belma Rizvanovic

    Chapter 4 Impact of Exchange Rate Movements and World Output on Indian Exports
    Anisul M. Islam and Sudhir Rana

    Chapter 5 Information and Communication Technology as a Contingent Factor in India’s Economic Growth–emittances Nexus
    T. K. Jayaraman and Keshmeer Makun

    Chapter 6 Effects of Capital Adequacy on Operational Efficiency of Banks: Evidence from Bangladesh
    Md. Nur Alam Siddik and Sajal Kabiraj

    Chapter 7 Time and Frequency Analysis Using the ARMA Model: Evidence from the Indian Stock Market
    Nikita Chopra

    Chapter 8 Behavioural Biases and Trading Volume: Empirical Evidence from the Indian Stock Market
    Sunaina Kanojia, Deepti Singh, and Ashutosh Goswami

    Chapter 9 Leveraging Tacit Knowledge for Strategizing: Impact on Long-Term Performance
    Krishna Raj Bhandari and Sachin Kumar Raut

    Chapter 10 Analysis of Investors’ Perceptions of Mutual Fund Investment in the Context of the Delhi/NCR Region
    Gurinder Singh, Vikas Garg, and Shalini Srivastav

    Chapter 11 Measuring Customer Brand Equity and Loyalty: A Study of Fuel Retail Outlets in Lucknow
    Shubhendra Singh Parihar and Ankit Mehrotra

    Chapter 12 Random Walk Hypothesis: Evidence from the Top 10 Stock Exchanges Using the Variance Ratio Test
    Madhu Arora, Miklesh Prasad Yadav, and Smita Mishra

    Chapter 13 Priority-Based Time Minimization Transportation Problem with Flow and Mixed Constraints
    Bindu Kaushal and Shalini Arora

    Chapter 14 ASEAN and India: Exploring the Progress and Prospects in Trade Relationship
    R. K. Sudan

    Chapter 15 Impact of Internationalization on Financial Performance: A Study of Family and Non-Family Firms
    Amit Kumar Singh, Amiya Kumar Mohapatra, Varda Sardana, and Shubham Singhania

    Chapter 16 The Role of a Responsible Global Citizen (Gitizen) in the 21st Century
    Robert Seinfield and Uchit Kapoor

    Chapter 17 Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Networks and Their Contribution to Territorial Development
    Amina Omrane

    Chapter 18 Influence of Branding of Financial Instruments on Investment Decisions: Mediating Role of Behavioral Biases
    P. C. Sharma

    Chapter 19 Proposed Model of Evaluating Entrepreneurial University Ecosystems from a Talent Development Perspective
    Belma Rizvanovic, Aneesh Zutshi, Tahereh Nodehi and Antonio Grilo

    Chapter 20 Research and Innovation in Teaching Pedagogy for Emerging Markets
    Soma Arora



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